Aperol Spritz Makes Cocktails Easily with This Kit From ReserveBar
Aperol Spritz Kit on ReserveBar
Whether you are planning on hosting a romantic evening at home or gifting a special someone this year, the Aperol Spritz kit makes the process for creating the cocktail even more seamless and is bound to spark joy. Plus, the Aperol Spritz pairs perfectly with charcuterie and small bites for the ideal Aperitivo hour with loved ones. We include a link to purchase the kit HERE.
Since its creation in Padova, Italy in 1919, Aperol is the quintessential aperitif and is the irreplaceable ingredient for the preparation of the original Aperol Spritz.
Low in ABV, an Aperol Spritz is approximately 11% alcohol content.
Cinzano Sparkling Wine Prosecco
With over 260 years of expertise, the Cinzano family is one of the most historic sparkling wine makers in Italy. The family uses traditional methods to produce their Cinzano Prosecco D.O.C.
Cinzano Prosecco is the perfect complement to the Aperol Spritz. Cinzano also pairs well with many foods, it’s the perfect fit for a variety of appetizers, as well as first and second courses made with seafood, white meat and vegetables.
Includes: One (750 mL) Bottle of Aperol and One (750 mL) Bottle of Cinzano in a special box.
Aperol Spritz ‘3-2-1’ Recipe
- Cinzano Prosecco
- Soda, served from syphon or chilled bottle
- Slice of orange
- Pour 3 parts Prosecco over a stemmed balloon glass full of ice
- Add 2 parts of Aperol
- Splash 1 part of Soda (stir gently if needed to achieve a bright and lively orange hue)
- Garnish with an orange slice
Soak Up the Traditions of Venice with Aperol
Your aperitivo moment turns into perfection when enjoying your Aperol Spritz with cool appetizers which compliment each other.
The ritual born in Veneto sees the Aperol Spritz served with some traditional snacks called “cicchetti”. Although, throughout the years Aperol Spritz became a versatile drink suitable to different type of food and moments, from a quick toast after a long day to those relaxed brunches we’d all love to have on weekends. And it pairs really well with pizza.